Elise Thatcher

8:09pm

Mon March 3, 2014
APR Local News

Tenants Charged With Murdering Nancy Pfister

Nancy Christine Styler, age 62, formerly of Castle Rock, CO.
Pitkin County Sheriff's Office

  The Pitkin County Sheriff’s office has made two arrests in the investigation into the death of Aspen native Nancy Pfister. An older couple originally from a Front Range community are being charged with murder. They're being held without bond.

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11:45am

Thu February 27, 2014
Environment

Insects Still Threaten Private, Public Forests in Roaring Fork Valley

Lodgepole pine trees.
Credit www.puma-net.org

 

     Insects and disease continue to assault forests across Colorado  The biggest growing threat is a beetle that's attacking high altitude trees. In the Roaring Fork Valley, the danger for private landowners comes from an insect that's been ravaging the state for much longer. It attacks lodgepole pines. That’s according to a new report by the Colorado Forest Service. To learn more, Aspen Public Radio's Elise Thatcher spoke with Colorado Forest Service Ranger Kelly Rogers. 

 

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5:00am

Mon February 24, 2014
Road to Sochi

Aspen Nordic Skier Noah Hoffman Competes as Olympics Wrap Up

Noah Hoffman, right, chases Alexander Legkov of Russia, in an impressive performance Sunday at the 50k cross country race. Legkov went on to win the race; Hoffman finished 26th.
Credit Getty Images-AFP-Pierre-Philippe Marcou

Aspen athlete and Nordic skier Noah Hoffman competed yesterday in the last day of the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. The US Ski Team praised Hoffman’s performance in the taxing 50 kilometer race. Afterwards, Hoffman told NBC News he felt good about how the event went.  As the crowd cheered in the background, Hoffman explained he’s focused on the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea: “This is definitely a step in the right direction for me, and looking forward to progress in the World Cup Circuit and coming back in four years and winning a medal here.”

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5:00am

Mon February 24, 2014

3:40pm

Thu February 20, 2014
Mountain Edition

Mountain Edition - February 20th, 2014

The Thompson Divide prompted conflicting statements by environmental groups and Garfield County this week. Avalanche danger has been sketchy lately because of certain unusual factors.  And if a snow slide happens inside a ski area, turns out the resort isn’t to blame. A Basalt advisor wins an award for her work with female investors. We say goodbye to a member of the Aspen Public Radio family, lost too soon.  And, we’ll wrap up our coverage of Aspen area athletes going to the Winter Olympics in Sochi.

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